Recently I was contacted by Leonie, Editor & Creative Director of Lotta Magazine,
to ask if the kids and I would like to review her newly created magazines.
Given that all 3 of us are mad keen readers,
we jumped at the chance to get our hands on something new
to the children's magazine scene.
Lotta's website states that Lotta is a magazine for 5-10 year old kids that is full of school holiday activities. It is Australia’s first ad-free kids magazine and is released four times a year to coincide with the school holidays. Each issue is based around a theme — for the easter holidays it’s travel. Whether you are going to grandma’s house or around the world we have some toys and activities that travel with you and some great ideas for exploring the world from home.
Both Bailey and Sophie really enjoyed reading the magazines.
Bailey said the The Travel Issue Issue was
"Fun to read because it had tons of ideas and activities in it."
While Sophie thought The Story Issue was "really cool and a bit funny in parts."
As a mum, I really appreciated the fact that the magazines are completely ad-free
and are produced right here in Brisbane, Australia.
The teacher in me really loved the beautiful layout of each and every page,
the creative ideas on offer and the fact that the magazine appeals to both boys and girls.
Lotta also has a fabulous website where you can find PDF templates, a materials list for all the activities and all the details on how to order your very own copy of Lotta Magazine for kids.
Leonie and her team really have thought of everything!
Lotta Magazine for kids provided me with two complimentary copies of their magazine
and this review was completed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.